You have learnt the cards and their meanings and you know how to lay a tarot spread but how do you actually give a tarot card reading for someone else? These tips and rules should help you conduct your first tarot reading!
Many people are cynical about the existence of real psychics in the world. Even if you glance around, you will find the existence of a lot of psychics in your surroundings. For example, the bond that twins share is a psychic one. They can understand what is going on the other’s mind. They share a natural bond of telepathy. This is what psychics do. Every human being has the ability to be a psychic and learn the nuances. Have you not ever thought something and it has come true? Real psychics learn to train their instincts so that they can read other’s minds and tell their future.
A Tarot deck consists of 78 cards and the first 22 cards are the Major Arcana cards. These cards have symbolic meanings focused on the material world. The remaining 56 cards are the Minor Arcana, which are divided into the four following groups: Swords, Pentacles, Wands, and Cups.
The reader’s full name is on the site. Readers who take themselves seriously do not call themselves Madam Marvel. Also, phone contact information is available.
Next, comes knowing your cards. The major and minor Arcanas & Four Suits (Wands, Swords, Cups, and Pentacles). A brief description of the cards comes in the deck and is easy to understand. However, once you start the readings, you will decipher your own meanings for each card. It is best to scribble your thoughts/ideas in a dairy or journal. When you are starting out you can simply refer to your dairy for future readings. As you gain expertise, you will realize you know your cards by heart and won’t need reference to the tarot book or your dairy. Give a free tarot reading to your friends and family to get a hang of things before you decide to go pro.
Card East Shield/Illumination Clarity The east shield will tarot reading lead you to all levels of awareness and understanding. There are three paths to wisdom; each person will have their own three paths to follow.
Symbolic of the universal principle of communication. When you feel drawn to this card for meditation, try to imagine the golden figure of Mercury, the winged messenger, in your meditations. He is god of the alphabet, languages and magical knowledge. Focus on creative ideas as this card suggests you have the ability to turn them into reality.
What this means is that no one can do this for you. Giving your control over to someone else is how you got in this predicament in the first place. You must make the free tarot reading effort and be willing to change. Ever heard of the phrase, “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” This is not as accurate as you may think. It can be done, just takes a bit more time and effort as the old dog has old ideas that must be let go of first. Another term for this would be “too set in their ways”.
Number reports will let someone know what numbers to look for in their daily lives. Some people will use the numbers to help them make sense out of their world. The numbers will also be explained with certain information. People will know for example that the number 5 and 8 have to do with love or work. That info may help someone determine what the numbers mean.
Although the World tarot card represents achievement or completion, it is not a signal to sit back and wait for the blessings to fall into your lap. This card urges pro-action on the part of the recipient. They must take steps to acquire the success and benefits that this card promises. Focus on your heart’s desire, because it is yours for the taking.